Dr. Zuzana Kos

Resident PGY4

Case Two

Overview

Clinical history: This is a healthy, 78-year-old gentleman who, approximately 8 months prior to presentation, noticed a lump on the left side of his face in front of his ear. He initially thought he injured it, however it began to persist. He had no symptoms from this, such as pain or neurological symptoms. However, because of its persistence, he presented to his family doctor who did a biopsy and based on the findings was referred to a surgeon for excision.

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